Oak Knoll Inn
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... programs asked us about our next adventure, and we told her we were going cross country and ending up in Napa Valley. She mentioned that she was from there and that her brother-in-law did tours of Napa wine country. So, we emailed him and made the arrangements. It worked out great.)
We just got back to our Bed and Breakfast and arranged for a cab to take us to town around 7:30 for dinner.
Picking up the RV tomorrow morning and heading to Lake Tahoe.
... We then had an ostrich burger, which did not have ostrich but was hands-down the best burger I've ever eaten. The dessert-- a beer-infused something-- wasn't great, but the rest of the food more than made up for it.
Afterward, we walked downtown napa and ended up at another bar. I don't remember the name but it was right next to Anthony's and we sat and talked for a bit. When we were finished, we returned home to get some sleep.
... a section of the upper deck collapsed onto the lower deck and the bridge was closed for a month. They have reconstructed the eastern section as a suspension bridge which only opened in September and is currently the world's widest bridge. We stopped at Treasure Island for a view over the bay to see the San Francisco skyline at sunset before heading to the Nespresso shop for a long awaited coffee.
... on board making a total of 9. the driver introduced himself, Phil and then we all introduced ourselves. The first winery was the Casa Nuestra where we tasted four different wines. We purchased 3 wines and 2 wine glasses.$5.00 each. We had lunch in their picnic area. The next place was the Honig winery and they gave us six wines to try and we dit ...
... some other tourists- Linda, Greg and Mike at the Berlinger winery and they recommended us a few places on the road to LA. Also they gave us a valuable tip, which I'd like to pass forward: When driving south over Golden Gate bridge, you need to pay toll. But there are no stations. You need to prepay online, otherwise it will cost you. 491 USD to be exact. Ouch. Luckily we knew. One unfortunate event of the day was however the ...